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Sunday August 2nd, 2015 2:25PM

Lanier Tea Party schedules forum for Hall BOE candidates

By Staff
GAINESVILLE -The Lanier Tea Party Patriots will host an Education Forum on Thursday, April 10, at 6:30 at the Spout Springs Library in South Hall featuring the candidates running for seats on the Hall County Board of Education.

The forum will be moderated by Joel Williams of WDUN.

Invited candidates, according to organizers:

Post 1: Sam Chapman (incumbent)
Post 2: Brian Sloan (incumbent) - Mark Pettitt, Traci McBride (All 3 Confirmed)
At Large: Bill Thompson (incumbent) - Paul Godfrey

You can find more information at the Lanier Tea Party Patriots website www.LanierTeaPartyPatriots.org or you can visit the group's Facebook page.

For more information, contact the Lanier Tea Party Patriots event coordinator by email: LTPPEvents@gmail.com
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